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  • Perceptions of the water cycle among primary school children in Botswana 

    Taiwo, A.A. (Taylor & Francis,, 1999)
    The study was designed to elucidate the nature of the perception of the water cycle held by Botswana pupils in standards 4 to 7 of primary schools in three different areas (namely, remote area dwellers’ settlement, peri-urban ...
  • Short and long term strategies for household water insecurity in Ngamiland, Botswana 

    Kujinga, Krasposy; Mmopelwa, Gagoitseope; Vanderpost, Cornelis; Masamba, Wellington R.L. (Canadian Center for Science and Education,, 2014-05-16)
    The paper analyses coping (short-term) and adaptation (long-term) strategies by households to address water insecurity in Ngamiland, Botswana, a middle income and semi-arid country. Quantitative (i.e. structured household ...
  • Urban water scarcity management: civic vs. state response in Bulawayo 

    Gwebu, T.D. (Pergamon,, 2002)
    In most sub-Sahara African cities, rapid urbanization has placed a heavy burden on available human, financial and socioeconomic resources. The problem has been compounded by the intricate and interactive effects of rapid ...